Bhutan, the Land of the Thunder Dragon, is a fascinating tour destination where ancient eastern cultures coexist with a western democratic way of life. It's a country of mountain hamlets and traditional Buddhism religion in the world. Bhutan is also renowned as “The last Shangri-La” begins with, a tiny nation-state that talks of happiness like no other country does. It is a country hidden in the mighty Himalayas, between India and China, the independent Bhutanese people have largely lived a life of totally isolation from the world. They have succeeded in maintaining their cultural and spiritual heritage preserved in age old traditions generation to generation.
Bhutan has long been mysterious and exotic cultures that few get to experience. Eco-Trek operates unique tours in these heavily restricted areas. Bhutan is completely closed to outsiders with the exception of licensed tour companies and their clients. You can feel confident with Eco-Trek that you will get the very most out of your time in these countries and walk away with a once in a lifetime experience. Bhutan is very rich at Himalayan flora and fauna and well preserved other natural heritage. Nearly three quarters of the total area covered by Jungle. Snowcapped peaks lush valleys and unbelievably beautiful rural landscapes imprint themselves upon the mind forever. We heartily welcome you to join one of our tours to explore the country.
Bhutan-the last paradise on the earth reflects ancient religion, culture, arts & architecture in its golden peaks in the background of deep green valley and hillside. Bhutan exudes a special a feeling of calm and serenity, which envelops each the very instant they set foot in the Kingdom. People are deeply religious following the Mahayana form of Buddhism tradition. The air of spirituality is evident, even in the urban centers where the spinning of prayer wheels the murmur of mantras and the glows of butter lamp in the houses are still important feature of everyday life. Monastery, temples and religious monuments are doted across the landscape, bearing witness to the importance of Buddhism.